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Ahn Sushi in the Tenderloin, Melody in Bernal Heights, La Cocina at the Ferry Building and More!

With Bottle Cap and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem in soft-opening mode and brand new Cosecha perking things up in Old Oakland, there are still more openings to catch you up on. Take a look, here.

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Melody Cafe, new in Bernal Heights. [Photo: Bernalwood]

1) Bernal Heights: Melody has replaced Coco's Bakery Cafe in Bernal Heights. The menu combines American, French and Middle Eastern influences. Homemade bread and habanero grits, too. [Tablehopper, Yelp]

2) Tenderloin: The man behind Live Sushi restaurants in SoMa and Potrero has opened Ahn Sushi and Soju in the 'loin. It's a Japanese-Korean fusion deal and you can add karaoke to the mix too if you so desire. [ISSF]

3) Chinatown: Chinese Garden Restaurant has reopened on Kearny with a new "squeaky clean" interior. The $3.95 lunch special, $4.95 breakfast and beef chow fun appear to be the name of the game. [Chowhound]

4) Ferry Building: Two fun new kiosks have joined the club over on the Embarcadero: one from Bolivian Peña Pachamama devoted to raw-food; another from La Cocina, vending goods from Sajen, Sabores del Sur, Estrellita's Snacks and more. [The Feast]

5) Berkeley: The latest izakaya is Kiaraku. Or is it B-Dama? [Tablehopper, Chowhound]

6) Oakland: New cupcakery James and the Giant Cupcake opens today on San Pablo Ave. near Alcatraz. According to EBX, they've got French press coffee and a vegan cupcake in addition to this menu of options. [EBX, Twitter]

7) Redwood City: Ike's Place opened its fourth edition in Redwood Shores on Sunday. Iterations on the S.F. State campus, Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Berkeley are still in the works. [GrubStreet]

Ike's Place

3489 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94114 415 553 6888

Bottle Cap

2403 12th Avenue South, , TN 37204 (615) 915-0732 Visit Website

Melody Cafe

3401 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

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